NASA (FUTURE MARS MISSION) BOARDING PASS
All submitted names are reviewed, approved and then etched onto a microchip. The microchip is placed aboard the Mars 2020 rover, which will land on Mars. If you are sending your name on a future mission to Mars, your flight has not been identified yet.
How do I print my boarding pass?
From your Boarding Pass page, click on the print icon. May be you need to adjust your Print settings to print in "Landscape" (wider than tall) mode instead of "Portrait" mode and you may also need to use the "Scale" button to change the scale of the image so you see your name properly. If the boarding pass image is missing, make sure the "background graphics" option is checked. For many browsers those options are available on the printer selection page that appears when you click the print icon. If you have trouble, consider trying another browser (i.e. Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, etc.)
This opportunity will remain open and does not have a close date yet. Closing date will be announce as the mission, that will fly the names is identified.
That’s a few years away, so in the meantime, tell your friends and family to sign up!